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1957-58 Buick Windshield Classic Auto Glass Vintage Car New Antique on 2040-parts.com

US $450.00
Location:

Eugene, Oregon, US

Eugene, Oregon, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money back or exchange (buyer's choice) Item must be returned within:14 Days Return policy details:We accept returns which have been initiated within 7 days of receiving item. We will refund the purchase amount less the shipping cost after inspection of the item at our facility. Return shipping cost is the responsibility of the buyer unless otherwise specified by seller. Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Placement on Vehicle:Front Warranty:Yes Surface Finish:Glass

Porsche Museum ready to open

Tue, 20 Jan 2009

Porsche's new museum opens 31/01/2009 [ad#ad-1] Porsche’s new state-of-the-art museum, located next to Porsche HQ in Zuffenhausen, Stuttgart, and estimated to have cost €100 million to build, is now finished and ready to start taking visitors from 31/01/2009. The Porsche museum is a stunning building, holding an equally stunning collection of cars, marking Porsche’s long history. But these are not dusty museum pieces.

This week in 1963: N

Mon, 12 Aug 2013

Safety is a priority for drivers, teams and courses. Over the past century automobile safety has been slowly evolving (or rapidly evolving, if Ralph Nader has had anything to say about it). Needless to say, it is unusual for a safety feature that performed its function to make news.

Hankook tire exec calls for global campaign to point out dangers of low tire pressure

Thu, 23 Sep 2010

Anyone driving a car today has certainly heard about the dangers of drinking and driving, and the use of a cell phone and texting while driving. Seung Hwa Suh, vice chairman and CEO of Hankook tires, is hoping more drivers will pay attention to the dangers of low tire pressure and driving. At The Tire Society's 29th Annual Meeting and Conference on Tire Science and Technology, Suh proposed that all tire manufacturers "jointly develop a global campaign for educating consumers about air pressure and the overwhelming benefits that we can all enjoy if we simply maintain proper inflation," he said.